Open DetailsCelebrating Philanthropy
Close DetailsThe annual Long Walk Societies Gala was held at New York's Guggenheim Museum in 2011.
Open DetailsReunion Record
Close DetailsMembers of the Class of 1961 raised more than $25.6 million for their 50th Reunion gift.
Open DetailsCulture of Giving
Close DetailsParticipation in the Senior Class Gift surpassed 90% for the fifth consecutive year.
Open DetailsHome Court Advantage
Close DetailsLeadership giving enabled Trinity to open the Paul D. Assaiante Tennis Center October 16, 2010.
Open DetailsGrowing Faculty
Close DetailsRaether Professor of American Studies Davarian Baldwin and Chairman Paul Raether '68.

Leaders in Service and in Giving

It's been said that a leader is someone whose actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more.   Trinity gratefully acknowledges the members of following leadership groups.

 

The Chairman's Circle includes alumni, parents, and friends whose multi-year commitment to the Trinity College Fund drives our annual campaign, inspiring the Trinity community to increase their support each year. 


Located in the Fuller Arch in the heart of the Long Walk, the Wall of Honor celebrates lifetimes of philanthropy.  Etched into the Wall are the names of those alumni, parents, friends, and organization who have had the most profound impact at the College in its 188-year history.



The Long Walk Societies honor leaders in giving whose philanthropy has had the greatest impact during a given year.  Gifts from Long Walk Society members accounted for  88 percent of overall giving to Trinity in 2011.



The Elms Society recognizes those individuals who have included Trinity in their estate plans.   Their commitment strengthens the College's financial foundations and ensures future generations of  students have access to outstanding educational opportunities at Trinity.